About
 
     
Contact
 
     
Home
 
 

Public Health

  Posted on: Friday, December 28, 2018
WHO: XDR typhoid outbreak in Pakistan tops 5,200 cases
CIDRAP
Health officials in Pakistan say an outbreak of extensively drug-resistant (XDR) typhoid that began in 2016 has now affected more than 5,200 people, according to an update from the World Health Organization (WHO).

Read the Full Story
 
Public Health:
1/4/19   Flu activity ramps up across US as 2 more kids' deaths noted
1/4/19   Shutdown Hampers Federal Firefighting Agency's Preparations for Wildfire Season
1/3/19   DRC Ebola total tops 600; vaccination team attacked
1/3/19   Russia undermines trust in science by spreading lies about genetic editing
12/29/18   American doctor will be monitored in US after possible exposure to Ebola in Congo
12/28/18   What's Ahead for Health Data Privacy, Security in 2019?
12/28/18   WHO: XDR typhoid outbreak in Pakistan tops 5,200 cases
12/27/18   Protests disrupt response operations in two Ebola hot spots
12/21/18   Beware of Post-Wildfire Fraud and Scams, Warns FEMA
12/21/18   FDA: Fluoroquinolones may cause aortic rupture in some
12/21/18   Report: Urbanization and Air Travel Leading to Growing Risk of Pandemic
12/20/18   Marburg-carrying bats found in West Africa for first time
12/14/18   DARPA Contract Awarded to Develop Vehicle-Mounted Biothreat Detection
12/14/18   E. coli outbreak traced to California farm; some romaine lettuce safe to eat
12/14/18   How Likely Is an Earthquake in Midwest, South? The Big One Could Be Coming
12/14/18   New Research May Upend What We Know About How Tornadoes Form
12/14/18   Scores of Bomb Threats Emailed Across U.S. Demanding Bitcoin Ransom
12/13/18   Officials note 10 new Ebola cases as youngest patient recovers
12/13/18   Romaine E coli probe leads to Santa Barbara County farm
12/12/18   Ebola count in DRC hits 500 in growing outbreak
Search Archives:



The St. Louis Fusion Center: Terrorism Early Warning Group is an information sharing initiative owned and operated by the  St. Louis Fusion Center. 
Should you have any questions please email info@sltew.org.

© 2019 St. Louis Fusion Center: Terrorism Early Warning Group. All rights reserved.